Spring is just around the corner and those thorough cleaning projects will be much simpler with a new vacuum cleaner. Woot! It has two of the most desired discount: The Dyson Ball Animal and the iRobot Roomba 960, both reconditioned.
Factory-reconditioned Dyson Ball Animal ($ 169.99, originally $ 399.97; woot.com)
Factory-refurbished iRobot Roomba 960 robot vacuum ($ 299.99, originally $ 399.99; woot.com)
If you like to have control when you vacuum, the Dyson Ball Animal is what you need. As with all Dyson vacuum cleaners, this bagless model offers high power suction and HEPA filtration for the entire machine. A cleaning head automatically adapts to any type of floor, from wood to carpet, while Ball technology makes driving the vacuum cleaner to the most difficult corners very easy.
Various accessories are included in the box: the tangle-free turbine tool expertly removes pet hair from furniture; the ladder tool ensures that each step is cleaned; A multi-angle tool allows you to reach the highest points of your home; and the combined tool is ideal for cracks that are difficult to clean.
If you prefer not to worry about cleaning, the Roomba will interest you instead. With its patented 3-stage premium cleaning system with multi-surface brushes, this powerful robot has five times the suction power of the Roomba 600 and 700 series, and is perfect for those dealing with a lot of dirt every day . Its high efficiency filter captures 99% of all allergens, pollen and particles as small as 10 microns.
This Roomba moves throughout the house thanks to the iAdapt sensors with vSLAM navigation, and it will dock and load on its own, so you don't really have to move a finger. In addition, with Wi-Fi connectivity, you can customize your cleaning routine with the iRobot Home application, Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
Both vacuum cleaners are backed by warranties: Dyson comes with a six-month warranty, while Roomba is eligible for the iRobot 90-day limited warranty.
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Note: The prices above reflect the price at the time of publication of the article.